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Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington County, Virginia — The American South (Mid-Atlantic)

U.S. Coast Guard Memorial

U.S. Coast Guard Memorial </b>northwest face image. Click for full size.
By Richard E. Miller, January 11, 2009
1. U.S. Coast Guard Memorial northwest face

Northwest face
Coast Guard Emblem
Semper Paratus - 1790

United States Coast Guard

World War

Northeast face
Officers and Men
U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Tampa
Sunk by enemy submarine in Bristol Channel
September 26, 1918
When all on board were lost

Charles Satterlee, Captain ∙ Archibald H. Scally, Lt. Comdr. ∙ John T. Carr, Lt. Comdr. ∙ John F. McGourty, Lieut. ∙ James M. Earp, Lieut. ∙ Roy A. Bothwell, Lieut. ∙ James A. Frost, Jr., Lieut. ∙ Hadley H. Teter, Asst. Surg. ∙ David Hoffman, Ensign ∙ Edward Reavely, Ensign ∙ William Hickey, Boatswain ∙ Jules G. Darnou, Gunner ∙ Chas. H. Klingelhoefer, Carpt. ∙ Wilhem Knudsen, Machinist ∙ Joseph Cygan ∙ Earle C. Bell ∙ Ludvig A. Larsen ∙ Charles E. Galvin ∙ Anders Poulsen ∙ William B. Clements ∙ Frank J. Taylor ∙ Louis F. Vaughan ∙ Jacob D. Nix ∙ Wamboldt Sumner ∙ Justin P. Wiley ∙ William R. Bozeman ∙ Arthur J. Deasy ∙ George
U.S. Coast Guard Memorial </b>northeast face image. Click for full size.
By Richard E. Miller, January 11, 2009
2. U.S. Coast Guard Memorial northeast face
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H. Griffiths ∙ John Smith ∙ Algy K. Bevins ∙ Carl L. Dalton ∙ John Bouzekis ∙ Richard E. Cordova ∙ Norman W. Finch ∙ Joseph Lieb ∙ Michael Sarkin ∙ Francis L. Wilkes ∙ William F. Deering ∙ Frederick Manfield ∙ William J. Williams ∙ William L. Felton ∙ William Weech ∙ James C. Wilkie ∙ Herrick L. Evans ∙ Eston D. Legree ∙ Robert Norwood ∙ Irving A. Slicklen ∙ John F. Healy ∙ Gerassemos Mehalatos ∙ Clement M. Lawrence ∙ Frank H. Quigley ∙ Harold Tonneson ∙ Frank C. Garrett ∙ Hubert Holstein ∙ Leonard R. Bozeman ∙ Frank W. Creamer ∙ James M. Fleury ∙ Felix G. Poppell ∙ Paul B. Schwegler ∙ Robert L. Agee ∙ Otto G. Harrison ∙ Francis R. Scott ∙ Johnnie Britton ∙ Carl I. Johnson ∙ Maurice J. Hutton ∙ Herman Carmichael ∙ Peter Fonseca ∙ Percy Mansfield ∙ Charles W. Parkin ∙ Charles H. Thompson ∙ Benjamin N. Daniels ∙ Edward W. Kelleher ∙ Alexander L. Saldarini ∙ John C. Kosinski ∙ Stanley S. Cooke ∙ Ben Nelson ∙ William F. Newell ∙ Alfonso J. Busho ∙ Edgar F. Dorgan ∙ Harold Haughland ∙ William H. Reynolds ∙ Homer B. Sumner ∙ Arthur L. Bevins ∙ William P.
U.S. Coast Guard Memorial image. Click for full size.
By Richard E. Miller, January 11, 2009
3. U.S. Coast Guard Memorial
Northeast face, lower inscription.
Hastings ∙ John E. Talley ∙ Charles Dechrit ∙ Harold B. Irsh ∙ Perry Roberts ∙ Walter R. Connell ∙ William Holland ∙ Harold Myers ∙ Robert G. Robertson ∙ Paul O. Webb ∙ Hans I. Johanson ∙ Hans Hansen ∙ Norman Walpole ∙ John F. Miller ∙ Arthur T. Harris ∙ Fred W. Wyman ∙ Edward F. Shanahan ∙ Arthur R. Campbell ∙ Gilbert J. Doyle ∙ Shelby W. Layman ∙ John I. Richards ∙ Louis A. Thomas ∙ Roy W. Burns ∙ Angus N. Maclean ∙ Julius M. Vallon ∙ Clarence M. Faust ∙ James J. Adams ∙ Charles E. Greenwald ∙ Albert C. Emerson ∙ Bert H. Lane ∙ Wesley J. Nobles ∙ Jimmie Ross

Thy Way Is In The Sea

South face

Officers and Men
U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Seneca
Lost in bravely endeavoring as volunteers to
salvage the torpedoed British steamer Wellington
Bay of Biscay, September 17, 1918
William L. Boyce, Machinist ∙ Carl S. Newbury ∙ William H. Best ∙ William H. Prime ∙ Martin Ovesen ∙ August Zuleger ∙ Paul Lee Marvelle ∙ Raymond H. Tingard ∙ Merton Stellenwerf ∙ Russell Elam ∙ James J. Nevins

These too died for country
Sidney B. Orne, Lieut. ∙ Edmund C. Zink, Gunner
U.S. Coast Guard Memorial </b>south face image. Click for full size.
By Richard E. Miller, January 11, 2009
4. U.S. Coast Guard Memorial south face
∙ DeWitt T. Alley, Gunner ∙ Frank Atkins ∙ Hugh E. Richards ∙ Alexander Hope ∙ Donald J. Shea ∙ Samuel N. Casey ∙ John E. Harrison ∙ Frank S. Reilly ∙ Frank M. Averill ∙ Herbert E. Ketcham ∙ William L.J. Janssens ∙ Christopher C. Miller ∙ William A. Eckersley ∙ William C. Kelly ∙ Irvin C. Smith ∙ Arthur I. Coleman ∙ John C. Gagnier ∙ Frank Jirtle, Jr. ∙ Vester W. Sickinger ∙ William H. Tuskey ∙ Charles E. Moulton ∙ William P. Slattery ∙ Yaroslav Kouble ∙ Arthur Flater ∙ Richardson M. Hanckel ∙ John A. Johansson ∙ Hjalmar Carlsson ∙ William Veen ∙ Andrew Johnson ∙ Kristian L. Anderson ∙ James B. Gordon ∙ Charles H. Phillips ∙ Ira Thompson ∙ George E. McClellan ∙ Edward T. Hall ∙ William D. Kauffunger ∙ Alan F. Stites ∙ Ruval S. Whitney ∙ Thomas C. Clifford ∙ Paul G. Kroeder ∙ Jesse Willis ∙ Walenty Ziemkowski ∙ John H. Paul ∙ Louis Ferreira ∙ James A. Ferguson ∙ Leve L. Law ∙ Leo F. Baker ∙ William O. Gross ∙ George H. Stenstream ∙ Fridolph Benson ∙ William J. Craney ∙ Milton A. Hannert ∙ Thomas J. McGrath ∙ Francis F. Sullivan ∙ Theodore S. Wickes ∙
U.S. Coast Guard Memorial image. Click for full size.
By Richard E. Miller, January 11, 2009
5. U.S. Coast Guard Memorial
Gorgonio Julian ∙ Anton E.J. Gjovik ∙ James H. Cook ∙ Albert H. Hahn ∙ Carl E. Anderson ∙ John A. Griffin ∙ Ernest Carter ∙ Theodore Meekins ∙ Calvin Carman ∙ John F. Harvey ∙ Oliver G. Styron ∙ Walter O. Smith ∙ Washington Erb ∙ Robert B. Harvey ∙ Myron Morson ∙ Ralph P. Taylor ∙ Charles C. Haag ∙ Raymond Kunnari

And Thy Path In The Great Waters

Erected 1928 by U.S. Coast Guard.
Topics and series. This historical marker memorial is listed in these topic lists: Cemeteries & Burial SitesWar, World IWaterways & Vessels. In addition, it is included in the National Cemeteries series list. A significant historical date for this entry is September 26, 1810.
Location. 38° 52.253′ N, 77° 4.096′ W. Marker is in Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia, in Arlington County. The memorial is located in Section 4 of the cemetery, off Jessup Drive, near Dewey Drive. Touch for map. Marker is in this post office area: Fort Myer VA 22211, United States of America. Touch for directions.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Matthew Alexander Henson (within shouting distance of this marker); Robert Edwin Peary (within shouting distance of this marker); Indian Warriors and Their Brothers (about 600 feet away, measured in a direct line); The Vietnamese Airborne Division and Their Advisors
U.S. Coast Guard Memorial in the background. (Viewing from the South.) image. Click for full size.
National Park Service, Thomas Stone National Historic Site, July 22, 2019
6. U.S. Coast Guard Memorial in the background. (Viewing from the South.)
The Robert Edwin Peary Memorial and the Matthew Alexander Henson Memorial in the foreground.
(about 700 feet away); You Are Remembered (about 700 feet away); Americal Division (about 800 feet away); First Marine Division Association (about 800 feet away); 96th Infantry Division, U.S. Army (approx. 0.2 miles away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Arlington National Cemetery.
Also see . . .  Arlington Memorials. Note: This and some other references erroneously state that the cutter Seneca was lost with "all" officers and men. The loss of the Tampa with all hands was the greatest loss of life on any ship in the U.S. naval service during WWI. (Submitted on January 18, 2009, by Richard E. Miller of Oxon Hill, Maryland.) 
Additional keywords. Navy, Revenue Cutter Service, Coast Guard, Treasury Department.
Credits. This page was last revised on August 20, 2019. It was originally submitted on January 17, 2009, by Richard E. Miller of Oxon Hill, Maryland. This page has been viewed 1,720 times since then and 17 times this year. Photos:   1, 2, 3, 4, 5. submitted on January 17, 2009, by Richard E. Miller of Oxon Hill, Maryland.   6. submitted on August 15, 2019. • Kevin W. was the editor who published this page.

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